Added on Thursday 7 Feb 2013
All gigs are held in The Admiral Bar, 72a Waterloo Street, Glasgow G2 7DA and start at 8.00pm.
Arthur Johnstone has established himself as the defining voice of songs of protest and struggle; though they are always delivered with large doses of both humour and humanity. Arthur is more than ably supported by the Stars Band: Brian Miller - guitar, mandolin, vocals; Charlie Soane - fiddle, mandolin; Gavin Livingstone - piano, guitars, banjo.
Hailing from the village of Wanlockhead in Dumfries and Galloway Dave's songwriting is firmly rooted in the tradition of the storyteller. Contemporary and historical sources offer a wealth of material for songs that are performed in a style driven by his unique fingerpicking guitar playing. As a superb interpreter of traditional and contemporary songs his performances (whether on a folk club, concert hall or festival stage) combine all the attributes necessary for a modern day troubadour.
Stephen Quigg has long since established himself on the Scottish folk scene and after more than thirty years of singing, he is still dedicated to the music and the songs of Scotland. With an outstanding voice, you can watch him capture the attention of any audience. Through wit, charm and an obvious love and respect for the music he delivers, Stephen has gained many constant followers, who travel regularly to his gigs in Scotland and beyond.